LIBRARY SHELFIE DAY
The Wednesday in January offers a unique opportunity for book lovers on Library Shelfie Day.
Some collectors of books tend to arrange their collections so their spines can be admired pleasantly. Others have a system of organisation that results in an alternative art form. However our books are organised on the shelf using the Dewey system, on Library Shelfie Day, they are meant to be photographed and shared on social media.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Whether you have just a small library with a few select favourites or are a true bibliophile, on Library Shelfie Day, arrange your collection on a shelf and take a picture. Use #LibraryShelfieDay to share on social media.
The New York Public Library founded Library Shelfie Day as a way to observe various national holidays by displaying shelfies representing books from each day.
The Christmas Gift Tree is now officially up at Nuneaton Campus!
For those of you that missed this last year and are curious to know what it is all about; The Christmas Gift Tree is decorated entirely with paper baubles made from old recycled books; each bauble has a grocery item printed on it and participants are asked to take a bauble of their choice for their own tree and in exchange place the appropriate grocery item in the hamper under the tree.
The hamper is then sent to Glebe House, which is based on the Nuneaton Campus site.
Glebe House is a unique facility that offers students a range of services that include support for young carers and parents, confidential appointments with a range of external specialist agencies, washing and laundry facilities plus much more.
You can find out more about Glebe House at: www.nwhc.ac.uk/article/view/pastoral
We’ve been hard at work expanding our Subject Guides section on our website to now include over 40+ tailor-made pages that cover everything from Animation to Child Care, Drama to Mathematics, Media Studies to Public Services and much more!
On each page you’ll find lists of subject-relevant books, e-books, magazines, DVDs, streamed video (on our media player, ClickView), external websites and links to extremely useful study help sites.
Hopefully you’ll find everything you need, however if we have missed out a subject or a particular excellent website, please feel free to contact us and we’ll include it in our ever-expanding list, it’s an organic thing!
Why not take a look for yourself and discover something new?
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